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andy murray. continuan las secuelas del partido entre los patrios y los ravens de baltimore. les cuento que, el mariscal de campo de los patriots, tom brady, estarÁ siendo investigado por oficiales de la nfl para imponerle un posible castigo por la jugada en la cual se barriÓ, en un intento de protegerse, haciendo un movimiento de patada sobre ed reed de los ravens de baltimore. brady se deslizÓ con los pies por delante para culminar una carrera improvisada y despue És levantÓ la pierna, golpeando reed, quien no sufriÓ lesion en la jugada. por otro lado el profundo de los ravens, ed reed, dijo a una estacion de radio en baltimore que tom brady, se disculpÓ con Él por la controversial barrida. por la copa del rey hoy clasificaron a las semifinales sevilla y real madrid, y por la copa libertadores de america hoy gremio contra liga de quito y sao paulo contra bolivar. esto y mas lo tendremos esta nocho solo a las once. vamos a una pausa, pero al regresar... leos mostramos a los y ante estas bajas temperatur as, nadie quiere estar al aire libre y eso incluye a estos orangutanes del
me now mark murray. so mark, interesting numbers out there. there was another poll indicating i believe it's about 22% of republicans believe that there needs to be some kind of gun control legislation. so we know there's a divide here but what we don't know is the plan from the white house specifically. will they put the president out on the road? what is the next full throttle step here? >> well, the plan is to have the president on the road. first vice president biden hitting the road tomorrow, going to richmond, virginia, with new governor caine and making a political campaign on this. the question is, how much of one and will be able to see that in the days ahead and particularly after the state of the union address this coming up february 12th. but there is the campaign. but tamron, when you look at the different pieces of legislation that the obama white house wants, what democrats want, some of the things like the assault weapons ban that senator dianne feinstein unveiled today, advocates believe it's hardest thing to get passed with the senate and the senate democrats.
to the semis for the tenth consecutive year. he will play and did i murray on friday. on the -- andy murray on friday. 19-year-old sloane stephens ended serena williams' 20-match winning streak to advance to the semifinals. while it's great to have another american emerge, this was not a passing of the torch by serena. >> did you ever think about retiring at any point? >> are you kidding me? i'm not retiring. oh, you mean retiring before the match. [ laughter ] >> you mean for the match. oh. i'm sorry. i thought you meant my career. like you're crazy! >> serena's back was hurting during match. we weren't sure we was going on. she misinterpreted. >> i saw the gore thing and noticed the rolled-down socks. it bugged me. >> $10,500? >> come on. >> ken bastida wears jeans behind the set. >> stop it. >> the general manager is going to fine you. >> penalty flag. >> yeah. >> exactly. fashion police. >> we'll have more on this discussion at 11:00 on cbs 5. tune in for that. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com swe licensed pho avai
federer or andy murray in sunday's final. the five men accused of the gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old student in india are back in court. the prosecution is presenting its opening arguments to the special fast track court, which was set up in response to the national outrage about the assault. the defense is expected to put its case on monday. a sixth suspect is expected to be tried as a juvenile. in response to calls to make delhi safer, authorities have set up a help line exclusively for females. each day the help line receives thousands of calls by women in distress. most callers complain of sexual molestation, stalking by men, and harassment over the phone. a senior consultant of the help line explains how this works. >> i work with help line as a consultant. and this is my team who handle the complaints of women in distress. awe we have three callers who take the calls. after the 6th of december, this happens in delhi. they had a discussion of the high level, and then she decided there's a new way for women. and daily we receive around 3,000 cases. around 600 cases are quite
senator murray right away and said please meet me, and i'll tell my story. i'll be the one to tell my story. >> jennifer: hmm well and in fact, it wasn't just your story that you told. that wasn't the only trauma in your family during your childhood. your aunt was also gang raped by a group of men yet no one was prosecuted for that. why? >> well, i think part of it was she was afraid to come forward. you know, this is very common on reservations. it's very common, of course, throughout the united states, but specifically on reservations. one out of three girls will be raped in their lifetime, and we just know that the jurisdiction jurisdictional issues that come up all the time, like, who has jurisdiction? is it tribal police? is it the county? state? so often we have officers and law enforcement they raise their hands and say well, it's not our area, and you know, many years ago when you would call for someone it would take sometimes hours days to come onto the reservation. so i don't--i think for fear of nothing happening and she didn't come forward. of course, i believe she was thr
the majority has decided to pass a budget. the new budget chairman, senator murray, said yesterday that her committee will draft a budget. now let's let the senate produce a budget. let's have a budget drawn up. let's have a budget debated. let's figure out what our plans are. budgets lay out plans and we'll see if a budget that a majority in the senate would vote for will pass the straight-face test with the american people. we'll see if this is just another budget that says, okay, here's the amount of money we'd like to spend. it has no relationship to the amount of money we have. let's let that be our budget. the people -- people will no longer tolerate, i'm convinced, the amount of debt and taxes that the spending plan would require. but for them to really think about that, they have to have a spending plan, and i am grateful that the house passed legislation that says we have to have that -- that plan. when the majority in the senate, democrats in the senate have a budget, we'll see how they feel about continuing to attack the budget that the house has been willing to come up with for
, george, and mr. murray. >> our next panel, i will first introduced dr. michael hogan. the former commissioner of the new york state office of mental health and the new freedom commission on mental health. his capacity of overseeing the public mental-health system. he previously served as the ohio director of public health and the commissioner of the connecticut department of mental health. for purposes of introduction, i turn to senator alexander. >> i am delighted to welcome robert viro of tennessee. he has done work at the behavioral health care field for a long time, 40 years. he is chief executive of the company, and non-profit organization. they have more than 50 facilities, 160 partnership locations serving 50,000 people of all ages each year. his distinguished background includes work at vanderbilt, he is a clinician and he has been consulted by many for his expertise in his field and i look forward to his insights about the need to tell and how we can do a better job of making sure that they have helped. >> thank you, center alexander. >> it is a great privilege to introd
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